This risk management session will train participants on core risk management skills to help risk professionals oversee, control and improve their risk management process. The session also covers practical tips that you can implement to ensure organizational compliance to policies and procedures.
Why Should You Attend:
Following the global financial crisis of 2008 regulators around the world have called on companies to significantly increase their attention to creating and maintaining effective risk management processes. The session will help gain in-depth knowledge to professionals such as
Internal Auditors: Internal auditors that want to help their board of directors meet their responsibility to oversee the effectiveness of risk management processes, internal auditors that want to play important roles helping their organization implement more effective risk management processes, and internal auditors that want to comply with the IIA IPPF standard 2120.
- Learn why traditional approaches to ERM and Internal audit are not well equipped to meet new board risk oversight expectations.
- Learn what regulators now expect boards to do in the area of risk oversight and governance.
- Learn how risk assessment methods have evolved over the past 20 years globally.
- Learn the core elements of effective risk assessment and management including the “Demand driven/objective centric” approach to risk management and assurance.
- Learn how to best support boards that want to meet the new NACD board risk oversight expectations spelled out in the NACD Blue Ribbon Commission Report “Risk Governance: Balancing Risk and Rewards”.